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is watching. >> the manhunt continues. >> a football league rule in indianapolis is keeping a girl from playing the sport. now her parents are challenging the rule. they say the girl has been passionate about football and wants to play for her school. even her teammates are on board. the catholic youth organization prohibits girls from playing with boys in football. it is one of five sports deemed gender specific. that brings us to our water cooler question of the day. do you think 12-year-old girls should be allowed to participate with boys in a catholic school football league? e-mail your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. again, that is watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 74 degrees on tv hill. a study reveals girls are reaching puberty at a much younger age than before. >> a trio is back on land after being stranded at sea. >> we are tracking several morning accidents, one involving >> welcome back. all is quiet on this tuesday morning. 79 degrees already downtown. you know it is going to be a hot day. that will be our forecast. expect a mixture of sunshine and clouds. a high temperature ar
by the lily indownment, an indianapolis based private family foundation dedicated to its founders efforts in religion, community development and education. additional funding by mutual of america, designing customized individual and group retirement products. that's why we're your retirement company.com. also by the henry luce foundation and the corporation for public broadcasting. >>> welcome. i'm kim lawton, sitting in for bob abber thety. thank you for joining us. as arizona's new immigration law renewed the call for comprehensive immigration reform. faith-based groups protests around the country as the new law went into effect. even as some of the most contentious provisions were blocked by a federal judge, several activist groups held rallies including phoenix and a lot. they called on president obama to push for reform. many in the faith community are particularly concerned about current immigration policies that break up families. >> the faith community has no other response, but to declare this immoral enemy. >>>er iraq violence once again marred a popular shiite pilgrimage. and o
to indianapolis and along much of ast st.it'si >> , wha with the yellow variety, there was plenty to spread around in sin. nue tin in middleton in celebration of national mustard day over the weekend. everyone got a chance to sample an assortment of tangy treats from mustard ice cream to mustard custard. >> yum. unlike its competing condiment, there are hundreds of varieties of mustard. as one mustard lover pointed out, ketchup is just ketchup. >> we'll be right back. [ wom nine iron it's almost tee-time... time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, ]e fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a new liquid gel. new zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. glad to see you finally got around to fixing that old clock. time to stop putting things off because time waits for no one. kind of like how you've been putting off calling about the colonial penn program? i know, i know but i did look at the information you gave me. you know they offer affordable life insurance for people aged 50 to 85 for less than 35 cents a day an
. on art beat watch a preview of jeffrey brown's report on the indianapolis museum of art and on the heels of hip-hop musician wyclef jean's run for the haitian presidency, a look at heads of state who harmonize. all that and more on our web site. ray? >> suarez: and that's the newshour for tonight. on monday, we'll look at the elections in rwanda. 16 years after the genocide. i'm ray suarez. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. washington week can be seen later this evening on most pbs stations. we'll see you on-line and again here monday evening. have a nice weekend. thank you and good night. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy productive life. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and fodations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by
-year-old motorcycle racer at the indianapolis speedway. his name was peter lentz and died yesterday after wiping up before a warmup lap on a race. he was run over by another rider who was 12 years old. he's the youngest to ever die on that same speedway. >> all right. seven time cy young award winner roger clemens will be arraigned in washington, d.c. that will be at 2:00 eastern today. the six count indictment accuses him of lying to congress when he claims he never used steroids or h.g.h., human growth hormones. if convicted, clemens faces between 15 and 21 months behind bars and he has that civil suit looming if he pleads guilty or cuts a deal. >> he has a few issues. >> the imam behind the proposed mosque near ground zero said election year politics are to blame for the fueling of the islamic center. in an interview with the paper, rauf blames a tiny minority for leading the opposition. rauf compared the struggle of muslims to america to the earlier struggles of jews and cathol catholic immigrants. he made the comments during a taxpayer funded trip to the middle east. >> canadi
in indianapolis for its 111th national convention. vice president biden is expected to discuss the withdrawal of u.s. forces in iraq. he'll also address the obama administration's commitment to serving veterans. >>> a project leader who wants to put a mosque near ground zero says he would consider another site. the debate brought out hundreds to the proposed location in new york yesterday. supporters say the project emphasizes religious freedom, and organizers should not have to consider another location. others say the mosque would be too close to ground zero. they also argue it would be insensitive to families of 9/11 victims. >> we are concerned that he may be putting a symbol of triumph, a symbol of having vanquished america in the 9/11 attacks, and a symbol of power right here at ground zero. we don't want it. >> it's about humanity. it's about live and let live. >> the proposed project would include an islamic center and a mosque as well as a memorial to the 9/11 victims. a "time" magazine poll shows more than 60% of americans oppose the idea. >>> today more concerns about a company linked t
breast buds was a little alarming. >> reporter: but she's visiting from indianapolis. her grandmother was also concerned so they took the 6- year-old to see an endocrinologist who took a bone scan and is referring the little girl to the mayo clinic. >> they did some lab work testing the glands. they did check the pa true taker gland. >> reporter: the study found breast development at the age of 7 in 10% of the white girls surveyed, 23% of the black girls and 15% of hispanic girls. dr. gail bland at howard university hospital says it could mean trouble for young girls down the line. >> early cases of breast cancer, uterine cancer. these are things that people are thinking that this may be a problem later on in life. >> reporter: why the young girls are developing early is a mystery to the experts but there are a lot of theories. >> one being that the girls are heavier now. two, maybe the environment that we're living in. >> reporter: in addition to concerns that overweight children are more predisposed to early puberty, some researchers are speculating that chemicals used on lawns and
the various political faction that's rack. he predicted today in his speech in indianapolis that in fact in the not that distant future so there has been an impasse and political limbo, some time in the future those political differences will be resolved and the united states will continue its draw down but will not completely leafy rack as a matter of policy or u.s. forces. let's listen briefly to the vice president. >> i'm absolutely confident that iraq will form a national unity government that will be able to sustain that country. one more thing, drawing down our troops in iraq does not mean we are disengaging. >> reporter: that's an interesting point, rick, and jenna, because yesterday the commanding u.s. general in iraq said if the iraqis asked the united states to stay after the scheduled removal of all u.s. forces in 2011 the u.s. would consider that. the administration officials i've talked to says that is not signaling a new strategy, but it does open a bit of a window. rick: it's been five months now since iraq's national elections. how concerned is the white house about the r
's the best way to describe it. >> this is the indianapolis attorney that represented many of the victims in civil suits against the archdiocese of barl said more than 15 years after he was convicted, the details are still chilling. >> this man has raped and threatened so many kids over such a long period of time, that i mean, their lives are absolutely distraught. >> in 1995, merzbacher a former catholic school teacher in south baltimore was convicted to life in prison for sexually abusing one of his students, liz murphy. since being in prison, the criminal argued that his lawyer -- merzbacher argued that his attorney didn't advise him of a plea bargain that was offered. the federal judge agrees and thinks he can be released. >> is there a judge on the circuit court of baltimore city who would have honored that particular plea bargain then? >> on friday after the ruling was announced, 11 news talked with murphy who is said she is furious over the decision. >> i can't live with myself if i don't know that i've done everything that's in my power to make sure that this man never sees the li
a greater understanding. >>> vice president joe biden will be in indianapolis today to address the withdrawal of u.s. troops in iraq. american forces are scheduled to end combat operations this month. the last combat unit left the country last week. vice president biden will speak before the veterans of foreign wars, 11th national convention and discuss the obama administration's commitment to serving veterans. >>> a woman forced to resign other miscon trued remarks about race could be ready to accept a job offer. shirley sherrod has a meeting scheduled for tomorrow. she spoke at an event on saturday. last month a blogger posted an edited portion of her remarks online seemingly making her comments to appear racist. the entire statement was a lesson about overcoming racism. after first condemning her remarks the agriculture department offered sherrod a position with the office of advocacy and outreach. >>> today nationals rookie strasburg will learn the results of an mri on his forearm. the manager and training staff immediately pulled strasburg from the game. the initial diagno
in agriculture. host: lincoln, on the republican line from indianapolis. caller: my family has been part of the national federation for the blind for the past few years now. basically, we have lobbyists could go to congress and say what we need we needpets in our lives. hybrid anding the electric cars because we cannot hear them. many people including me have almost gotten hit by them. we are petrified of them. we have been trying to get them to put some sort of thing to make them make noise. host: go ahead. guest: this is a great question. this is exactly what people need lobbyists. they need to have their story told. i work on closed captioning, to get it on television. it took about six years to get it passed. you think it would be easy, but it was not. the 30 million deaf and hard of hearing that excess. the girl scouts, mothers against drunk drivers, telecommunications people -- everyone has a lobbyist here because there are so many competing voices here. your job is to be about to get a great message management, work for that, and help with this hybrid issue. i know that congress i
is joining us from indianapolis on the independent line, good morning. caller: good morning, thank you for accepting my call. my question was pertaining to the privacy. if they're worried about our privacy, then why is it that the consumer has to go out and purchase the cookies or whatever else it is to keep them from going in our background? to me, it just doesn't seem right to be on the computer, go in, and somebody retrieving all of my personal information, because i guarantee, out of their "transparency" i can't do that with the corporations and find out how much money the executives are making. my question is why is it that the consumer has to go out and purchase these things for their computer? host: thank you. caller: thank you. guest: well, i'm not sure you need to purchase anything. almost everything we're talking about is free. for instance, if you want to download some free software that blocks tracking, you can do that, or you can look for free at some of these transparency websites that will tell you a little bit what they know about you. i agree that this value exchange t
of some of our p.t.a. families here today in the audience. officer dave stokes of the indianapolis police department who understands what this -- of the annapolis police department who understands what this will mean to the safety of our towns and we are joined by children who are examples of our future leaders and innovators and the clearest example of what we need to support, president kennedy called them our greatest resource and hope for the future. i would like to thank the children and families here today, give yourselves a nice round of applause. today, again, we will create over 300,000 jobs, or save them, not just any jobs but jobs that are the most significant in our country. the sense of community that our teachers, our police and firefighters, our health care workers bring and we will do in it a fiscally responsible way by closing costly tax loopholes that allow corporations to ship american jobs overseas. this is part of what our distinguished majority leader, mr. hoyer, called our make it in america agenda. make it, manufacture it in america and make it, so people can make i
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